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Volunteer responder, Sam explains brilliantly below why he volunteers for SERV.
Volunteer responder, Sam explains brilliantly below why he volunteers for SERV. "Many years ago when helmets weren’t compulsory and “proper bikes” were still British I had my first biking experiences. I was given lifts to school on the back of my mates Ducati, no safety gear other than a school blazer! Whilst reading the Bike magazine MCN and other such material around at that time I occasionally came across articles about Blood Runners and thought 'that sounds a good thing to do.' I got my first bike on my 16th birthday and still read about Blood runners and thought 'that sounds like a good thing to do'Like many others, over the years I’ve kept thinking the same but not actually got around to it until a presentation by SERV that a work friend made me aware of. This was at a time when both my Mother and my brother had been looked after so well by the wonderful people in the NHS. After the presentation I decided this is the time to give something back to them in remembrance of Mum and Steve. I’d found out about SERV and I thought 'that sounds like a good thing to do.' So that’s what I did.Now, 40 odd years after first thinking about it, it’s me that gives lifts on the back of my Ducati, to blood products, samples, documents, baby milk etc. (when the weather is warm enough, but in my car during the winter) and feel very pleased that I now am giving a very little bit back to say thank you!So it’s not, When you do,It’s that you do,BecauseIt’s what we do!" . . . . #itswhatwedo #SERV #SERVSC #Suffolk #Cambridgeshire #Bloodbikes #Charity #ukcharity #NHS #Volunteer #Bloodbikes #bloodrunners #volunteersweek2019 #volunteersweeks @volunteersweek_2019